Courtesy of PEGADropkick Murphys‘ Streaming Outta Fenway livestream concert, which featured a special, remote appearance from Bruce Springsteen, raised over $700,000 for charity. The online event benefited the Boston Resiliency Fund, Feeding America, and Habitat for Humanity. Held last Friday at an empty Fenway Park, Streaming Outta Fenway marked the first time aRead More →

Terry Quirk/Marquis Enterprises Ltd.Terry Quirk, the artist who painted the psychedelic cover of The Zombies‘ famous 1968 album Odessey & Oracle and the group’s latest record, 2015’s Still Got That Hunger, died Tuesday, June 2, at age 78. The band announced the news in a message posted on its FacebookRead More →

Debra L Rothenberg/Getty ImagesLast month, ex-Styx singer/keyboardist Dennis DeYoung released a new solo album titled 26 East, Volume 1, a collection of songs partly inspired by his journey to rock glory, which began in his childhood basement playing music with his twin neighbors and future Styx band mates John andRead More →

Courtesy of Rock and Roll Fantasy CampThis week, Rock and Roll Fantasy Camp launched a series of “Masterclass” tutorials presented live by a roster of classic rock artists, and now a new run of interactive online classes have been scheduled from June 13 through June 20. Among the musicians participatingRead More →

Robert Sebree/Blackheart RecordsCherie Currie recorded the 1970s Nick Gilder tune “Roxy Roller” for her latest solo album, Blvds of Splendor. Now, the ex-Runaways singer has teamed up with Gilder and another well-known artist who covered the song — Suzi Quatro — to perform the tune together remotely for a newRead More →

Peter Wafzig/Redferns via Getty ImagesPeter Gabriel has issued a statement responding to last week’s death of George Floyd while in police custody in Minneapolis. “Along with the civilised world I was horrified by the racist murder of George Floyd,” the veteran singer/songwriter and longtime human rights activist writes in aRead More →